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German Government May Say 'Nein' To After Work Emails

In a country that strives to protect work-life balance, there are calls to ban employers from sending work email after business hours. Some big companies are already doing that.
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Mexican Chef Serves Up An Authoritative Guide To Her Country's Cuisine

Unlike other exhaustive guides to Mexico's diverse regional foods, Mexico: The Cookbook was written by a Mexican. Margarita Carrillo's recipes aim for simplicity to lure American readers to explore.
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Campaign Rallies Resume In Liberia, Raising Uncertainty Over Ebola Risk

In Liberia's capital, Ebola precautions are easing and people are gathering again in crowds to hear speeches for upcoming elections. But some say it's too early for Liberia to let its guard down.
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Protesters In Moscow Demand Explanation For Health Care Cuts

Several thousand demonstrators marched on Sunday to protest the government's plan to eliminate jobs for up to 10,000 doctors and close 28 of Moscow's hospitals due to budget cuts.
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Hong Kong Police Push Back Pro-Democracy Protesters

The student-led demonstrations calling for greater freedom in the Chinese territory have been going on for more than two months with no sign of compromise from Beijing.
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Uruguay Tries To Tame A 'Monster' Called Cannabis

Uruguay's audacious new law not only legalizes pot, it mandates that government grow and distribute it. Some say the government has pinched more than it can roll.
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Kabul's Police Chief Steps Down Amid Stepped-Up Taliban Attacks

The resignation of Gen. Zahir Zahir came after a series of attacks against foreigners in the capital that are attributed to the Taliban.
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Police In Cairo Disperse Anti-Mubarak Protests

The protests came after the 86-year-old former strongman saw charges of murder against him overturned by an appeals court.
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In Liberia, Ebola Shifts From Cities To Villages

Liberia has been a death zone for those exposed to the Ebola virus. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with correspondent Kelly McEvers about what she saw on the ground, and what she will find hard to forget.
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Shetland Oil Money Can't Unravel Islanders' Knitting Lifestyle

The Shetland Islands have a knitting tradition that goes back centuries. The islanders' style persists, despite their modern wealth. This story originally aired July 2 on All Things Considered.

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